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Old 07-13-2007, 12:44 PM   #14
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Nooooo, I mis-wrote

I'm reading it in English. (Sorry.)

Also, I'm not "working" on it as I stated - but, rather, reading it. ("Working" might unintentionally give the impression that I'm busy formatting it. -- Hahaha.)

I've read a lot of Llosa. You remember that he actually ran for President of Peru?

I hope he wins the Nobel Prize in Literature; he's a major contender.

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Originally Posted by Andanzas View Post
Are you reading La casa verde in Spanish? If so, your Spanish must be really good, because it's a highly expermental novel. I'm impressed!

I am a huge fan of Vargas Llosa, but I haven't read La casa verde yet, which is weird because I've read almost all of his major works. He is probably a better writer than Bryce Echenique, but Un mundo para Julius (A World for Julius) is a very unique and tender novel. I hope you enjoy it!
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